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Classic Bike Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Classic Bike exists to help its readers buy, maintain and enjoy the machines from motorcycling's heroic past. The magazine celebrates the bikes of the reader’s youth, from British icons like the BSA Gold Star and Triumph Bonneville to the road-burning Japanese superbikes of the 1970s and 1980s, and takes them back to the heady days of their misspent youth.

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Classic Bike  |  November 2016  


YAMAHA SPEED BLOCK ICONS
We’d all read about Kenny Roberts in the American magazines, but the first time we saw him race was during the 1974 Trans-Atlantics. He and Yamaha US team-mate Gene Romero came to Britain armed with their TZ750s two characters as colourful as their yellow and black Yamahas. The speed block livery wasn’t new by then, but it felt special seeing them rip round our own back yards at Brands, Mallory and Oulton as if they raced there every weekend. Kenny became King and the yellow and black speed blocks became an iconic emblem that helped to define ’70s motorcycle sport, in road racing, dirt track and motocross. Yamaha used the speed block imagery to market its road bikes, and specials builders worldwide continue to faithfully recreate the famous racing livery to this day. So the memory of that fantastic era of racing will continue to burn as brightly as those buzzin’ bees did in the ’70s. Hope you have as much fun reading the issue as we did creating it.
Classic Bike exists to help its readers buy, maintain and enjoy the machines from motorcycling's heroic past. The magazine celebrates the bikes of the reader’s youth, from British icons like the BSA Gold Star and Triumph Bonneville to the road-burning Japanese superbikes of the 1970s and 1980s, and takes them back to the heady days of their misspent youth.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classic Bike magazine subscription.

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Classic Bike   |   November 2016   


YAMAHA SPEED BLOCK ICONS
We’d all read about Kenny Roberts in the American magazines, but the first time we saw him race was during the 1974 Trans-Atlantics. He and Yamaha US team-mate Gene Romero came to Britain armed with their TZ750s two characters as colourful as their yellow and black Yamahas. The speed block livery wasn’t new by then, but it felt special seeing them rip round our own back yards at Brands, Mallory and Oulton as if they raced there every weekend. Kenny became King and the yellow and black speed blocks became an iconic emblem that helped to define ’70s motorcycle sport, in road racing, dirt track and motocross. Yamaha used the speed block imagery to market its road bikes, and specials builders worldwide continue to faithfully recreate the famous racing livery to this day. So the memory of that fantastic era of racing will continue to burn as brightly as those buzzin’ bees did in the ’70s. Hope you have as much fun reading the issue as we did creating it.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classic Bike magazine print subscription.
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